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to north korea trying to win his release. >>> in a couple of hours joe jdi aria -- jody airy aswill go back to a -- jodi arias will go back to a phoenix courtroom. she was found guilty of the brutal killing of her boyfriend at his home near phoenix five years ago. >>> 7:18. a major ruling is expected today in an infamous child nce sase. a judge will decide if the case can be brought to trial. pates, the 6-year-old vanished while walking to his manhattan school bus stop 34 years ago. a man named pedro hernandez has confessed to killing the little boy. hernandez's lawyer wants the case dismissed. he claims hernandez is mentally ill. >>> a rape suspect in san jose is scheduled to appear in court this morning. 24-year-old ulysses rios is accused of raping one woman and trying to rape another woman. police say rios offered the women car rides and then attacked them. investigators sari crows first tried to rain -- say rios tried to rape a 51-year-old woman she escaped. she said he spotted her days later and propositioned. her when she snapped photos of him and his license plate number, police say
fogle was found with a letter promising millions for cooperation. >>> jodi arias returns to a phoenix courtroom. today, the jury begins deciding whether she should get the death penalty for killing her former boyfriend. arias says she would rather die than spend life in prison. >>> the powerball jackpot has grown to $360 million before tonight's drawing. as for last night's mega millions, $170 million up for grabs. but no one won it. friday's jackpot now jumped to $190 million. those are just some of our top stories on this wednesday, may 15th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >>> we'll know if diana perez wins the jackpot. ratting you out right here. she said, "if i win, i'm not coming in. i'm not even breaking stride. never again." >> you will never see this mug again. >> i would keep it a secret. at least i would come in for a little while. take care of business. >> bosses know they will never see the mug again. if i win. not even -- >> not a hug, nothing. you will be gone. >> i will send you a nice present. that will be your c
kind of medical emergency. at least 50 people were hurt there. >>> and jodi arias will be back in court tomorrow. a jury will be deciding whether she lives or dies. arias was convicted earlier this month of first-degree murder in the killing of her ex-boyfriend travis alexander. arias shot, slashed and stabbed alexander at least 25 times. >>> talk of scandals continues to dominate washington, but does the country really care? straight to the war room. democratic strategist chris, worked on john edwards presidential campaigns and republican strategist matt, shlap, priolitical director for george w. bush. >> great to be with you. >> former secretary of defense talked about benghazi saying the president simply can't lead. >> you think of a manager, a leader. when something like that happens, you call people in. you sit them down, and you let them know that you intend to find ground truth fast. and he seems not to have done that. >> what do you make of secretary rumsfeld's take there? chris? >> i'm not sure i can say on tv what i really think. >> it's cable on a sunday afternoon. you can sa
los angeles. >> stephanie: you don't know anything. >> i know. >> stephanie: jody arias wanted to withdraw from the case but the judge denied them. she gave an interview to fox right after the trial saying she would like to be executed which is apparently unhelpful in legal circumstances. speaking of trials i don't want to miss this one. donald trump was on the stand at a chicago trial. >> huge! huge trial! >> stephanie: he is accused of fleecing old ladies. [♪breaking news theme♪] >> stephanie: okay. making false promises to an 87-year-old investor to get her to purchase condos. >> i encouraged her to purchase condoms. >> stephanie: he raised his voice and the judge scolded both he and the attorney and ordered them to behave. trump insisted he couldn't remember when key business decisions were made or by whom or even if he was present. >> yeah. >> stephanie: telling jurors neither he nor his top executives kept notes. he delicates the responsibilities. prince will not discuss marriage equality. he gave an interview with the minneapolis star tribune. one thi
the attorney for jodi arias is visiting her at the jail where she hangs out before she has to go to court. fridays are only lawyers days. no family can visit her. what is interesting is has only been a few days since that man and cocounsel made a motion to quit the case. motion denied. judge said no. understandably, judge said no. we are at the finish line of a $1.7 million, $1.8 million defense. he's had his visit with jodi arias in the jail. who knows what that conversation was like? because jodi has said she wants to speak. maybe in elocution. maybe just testimony. but she wants to stand up in her own defense. or does she want to actually defend herself any longer? at this point it is anyone's guess which is part of the reason why this has been such a fascinating case. just gets more fascinating. that is it for me. have yourself a wonderful weekend. i'm headed back down to phoenix for jodi's case. in the meantime jake tapper takes it from here. >>> congressional hearing drinking game. if you took a yagr shot every time someone said outrageous at today's irs hearing you'd be in for one
in the case. >> 8:19. in arizona, the next phase of the jodi arias trial begins today. today, prosecutors will try to convince the jury she should get the death penalty instead of life in prison. yesterday a jury decided she is eligible for the death penalty. >>> high turn over of state water employees may be costing you the taxpayer millions of dollars a year. officials say it's tough to retain employees and that means key water facilities are not fully staffed. and that results in millions of dollars and extra costs because of inefficient water delivery and storage. >>> officials say a lot of employees are being recruited away by utility companies that can pay higher salaries. >> it is news every suv owner can use. the winners and losers of a new highway safety study. >> looking outside the window. look at those skies . a lot of clouds around the bay area this morning. meteorologist steve paulson is coming back and when you when the rain will move through. >> a big mess here. we'll tell you more about the morning commute in the bay area weather. >>> welcome back. time now is 8:23. polic
's not a typical national media story. >> everybody was on jodi arias. >> good point. >> everybody knows what happened there. the press was late but not a big media story. >> i compare it to rodney king. he had gruesome wounds and survived and that was solid news for a year. >> this is different. you don't know that gosnell is one off event or is it part of a pattern of abuse? does this go on all the time. i have to agree until i see evidence to the contrary. >> 55 million dead babies and counting. a lot of potential taxpayers. >> the question is anybody knocking on doors on the any of the clinics open around the country is this happening in your back room. >> as we all know the media are busy these days. >> 40 years of 60 minutes, the late mike wallace did he knock on the door of abortion clinic? i don't think>> jon: next on nes guy is back in the news, o.j. simpson. your day to unplug. with centurylink as your technology partner, our visionary cloud infrastructure, and dedicated support, free you to focus on what matters. centurylink. your link to what's next. there was this and this. she g
will then be turned into wetlands to lessen future flooding. >>. >> the jodi arias death penalty hearing in arizona is delayed until monday. highly emotional testimony brought arias and the victim's family to tears on thursday. last week, arias was found guilty of murdering her one-time boyfriend, travis alexander, back in 2008. there is no word on why the testimony is delaid. >>> a builder says he had permission to tear apart an ancient mayan pyramid in belize. the bulldozing sparked worldwide outrage when the devastation of the 2,300-year-old ruins came to light. the work has since stopped. but the company crushing the historic stones say it was given permission by the landowner to extract the material. >>> a mountain lion is safe and so are the residents of santa cruz, california. wildlife officials tranquilized the big cat after it was seen wandering out of the big mountains and into one of the busiest intersections in town. quite a sight there. >>> and another wild animal getting way too close for comfort. watch what happens when an alaskan grizzly bear decides to make filmmaker joe the snack
. >>> jurors in the jodi arias case have decided that her crit. the jury in phoenix determined the killing was committed in a specially cruel and heinous manner. that seems to be a foregone conclusion given arias' boyfriend was stabbed in the heart and shot in the forehead. now the same jury must decide whether arias will survive or be put to death. they'll have to make that ruling soon. >>> the chairman of the joint chiefs says there is failure in addressing the military sex scandal. general martin dempsey says women in uniform have little hope that that crisis will be solved. abc's martha raddatz is following this investigation. >> reporter: first it was the officer running the sexual assault prevention office for the air force charged with sexual assault. now it is an army sergeant at ft. hood under investigation for abusive sexual contact and possibly facilitating prostitution. his job, to coordinate a sexual assault prevention program. upon hearing the news, defense secretary chuck hagel ordered all services back towing board to retrain and rescreen thousands of sexual assault and pre
. the state department has demanded his immediate release. >>> convicted killer jodi arias is due back in a courtroom for the sentencing phase of her trial. the jury must decide if she deserves the death penalty. she underwent psychiatric testing after her conviction last week. >>> a seattle man trying to dribble a soccer ball was hit and killed by a pickup truck tuesday in oregon. 42-year-old richard swanson was just two weeks into his 10,000 mile journey which he was documenting on facebook. it was designed to promote the one world football project donating soccer balls to people in developing countries. o.j. simpson is set to take the stand today. the former football star certificate serving up to 33 years in prison. simpson claimed he had inappropriate legal representation at his 200 trial. >>> and you've heard of fans catching balls at baseball games. but take a look at this one. a little bit more impressive. watch what happens. san francisco's hunter penn loses control of his bat, it flies into the stand and fortunately, caught by a fan. a lucky moment as, of course, that bat cou
grown terrorist. >> the jodi heir i can't sarias found she killed her boyfriend in a cruel manner. that makes her eligible for the death penalty. the families are set to take the stand. no word if arias herself will testify. she recently commented she would prefer the death penalty to life in prison. >> department of justice is under fire for swiping associated press records. now we are learning the department wanted to spy on several thousand americans last year. this according to a letter the department of justice recently sent to senate majority leader harry reid. they made 15,000 requests for electronic surveillance. they don't specify how many were actually granted. >> if you didn't buy a ticket you still have a chance to be a multi millionaire. the jackpot now even higher. no one won last night's power ball and that sends it soaring to $475 million. they were 2, 11, 26, 34, 41 and the power ball 32. the next drawing is saturday and that 450 million jackpot is the second largest in power ball history. >> 13 after the hour. we have a lot more fox and friends first. still ahead
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